Baby Yoda Pom-Pom Banner | May the Fourth Celebration

May the force be with you! This past Monday was May 4th, and for any fellow Star Wars fan, I’m sure you know May 4th is celebrated as Star Wars Day. Fans across the world joined together and shared the message – “May the Fourth be with You!” I don’t know about you, but during a time when we are facing a lot of challenges in the world, those six words seemed very comforting to me.

To celebrate May the Fourth, my boyfriend and I started our annual rewatching of my all time favorite movie universe. I wanted to add even more fun to our celebration and created some Star Wars decorations for our fireplace mantel.

Star Wars Decorations

I started with a basic banner that read “May the 4th be with You.” If you’d like to make this Star Wars banner yourself, you can grab the SVG file for your Brother Scan ‘N Cut, Cricut, or other cutting machine in the shop. Using my Brother Scan ‘N Cut saved a ton of time as I created this banner, since I didn’t have to cut any of the pieces out!

After I hung up the banner I knew I was missing something – BABY YODA.

I pulled out my trusty pom-pom maker and created the CUTEST Baby Yoda pom-poms, making this banner the centerpiece of my mantle!

Want to make your own Baby Yoda Pom-Pom Banner? Grab the DIY Guide and get started! And in my opinion, you don’t have to wait until next May 4th to add some Star Wars decorations – Baby Yoda is timeless!

DIY Baby Yoda Pom Pom Banner

We were all set when May 4th came around and started out the day with Death Star waffles for breakfast!

Death Star Waffles

Then we hunkered down and started from Episode 4 (A New Hope), watching in the order of release.

Watching Star Wars on May Fourth
As you can see, Pascal is also a fan of Star Wars and watched intently!

For dinner we had a Baby Yoda specialty – chickie nuggies! Plus I made some Yoda Margaritas that were super yummy!

How to make Baby Yoda Margaritas

Baby Yoda Margarita Recipe

What You’ll Need:

  • 2 cups Tequila
  • 4 cups Margarita Mix
  • 3 drops of green food dye
  • Ice
  • Lime
  • Margarita Glass

What To Do:

  1. Blend the Tequila, Margarita Mix, green food dye, and ice in a blender until smooth.
  2. Cut lime into wedges.
  3. Serve the frozen margarita in a margarita glass and add lime wedges to the side of the cup.
Yoda Margarita

If you celebrated May the Fourth, tell me about your day below! If you make your own Baby Yoda Banner or other Star Wars decorations, I’d love for you to tag me on Instagram so I can check them out! @karmankismet